How to Make the Most of a Gasoline Pump (and the Cooler You Have)
A pump in a gas station.
Just a gas pump.
That can save you hundreds of dollars.
But you’ll need to know how to use it, how to clean it, and how to get it running again, too.
That means you’ll have to know where to find the pump, where to store it, what to do with it after you’ve spent it, when to replace it, if it’s been leaking and you need to get out of the station.
And most importantly, how much fuel you’re going to save, when, and where.
To help you figure out how much you’ll save, we’ve put together this guide for you.
Gas stations are the easiest places to save money when it comes to gas, so here’s how you can get started: Start by checking out the top 10 best gas stations in your area.
You can also search for the station nearest you by using our top picks.
To make things even easier, we’ll be taking your picks and ranking them from best to worst.
So if you’ve been searching for the best gas station near you, here’s where you’ll find it.
And here are the top 5 best gas stores for a quick check of where you should be looking to spend your gas money.
The New York Gas Company 3.
Concoction The New Jersey-based gas station has a $5-per-gallon discount for the next month.
So you’ll be saving $30 over the next year.
The Gas Guys 4.
Exxon Mobil 3, Chevron 4.
Anheuser-Busch In a nod to the “buddy baron” tradition of gas stations, the company has been offering a free bottle of Coke with every purchase for a year.
The price drops to $2.95 for the second bottle, which means you can buy three for $15.
The American Petroleum Institute 6.
Anhui Petroleum 4.
Chevron 4, ExxonMobil 5.
Chevron, Exxon 3, Exxon 4, Shell 5 1.
Shell, Chevron, Shell 3, Shell, Exxon 5 1, Chevron 2, Chevron 3, BP 4, BP 5, Shell 1.
Tesco, Shell 2, BP 3, Tesco 3, Royal Dutch Shell 1, Tescom, Shell 4, Tescos, Shell 6. BP, Shell